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With a warmer than usual fall so far, we’ve been able to graze later in the year with few concerns. However, cold temperatures are not far off…

This year, it’s even more important to get a flu vaccine. Here are six reasons why, according to the Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Hea…

There have been many stressors on alfalfa fields this year, from early weevils to drought and hail and now fall armyworms and cutworms. Can fa…

While truly cold weather may still be a few weeks away, how we manage fall pastures can impact plant health through the winter and ultimately …

With dry conditions across the state this summer, we may be low on forage reserves. Ammoniating low quality hay or crop residues may be a chea…

Grain sorghum stover compares favorably to corn regarding fall and winter stalk grazing, and livestock producers are encouraged to use corn an…

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The later fall is typically the time of year where we are removing our gardens and cleaning them up. However, it is a great time to plant garlic.

With many pastures short, high hay prices, and stressed crops maturing more quickly, harvesting some corn a little early could provide corns s…

Besides limiting forage production, dry weather can create another problem for producers to deal with, nitrate toxicity. With drought stricken…

When there is rain, there is opportunity. Although welcome rains have finally reached most of Nebraska, it may have been too late to rescue so…

Corn silage harvest may seem like a long way off, but preparation for a successful harvest begins now. Improper silage storage and fermentatio…

We are starting to see populations of immature grasshoppers across the state. Stay tuned as I discuss how to evaluate your alfalfa fields and …

As we move into the heart of the summer, hot temperatures are common. How these temperatures affect our pasture and forage plants depends on t…

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As we move in to the “dog days of summer,” also known as the extreme heat period, keep in mind that forage plants also must adjust to these te…

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Row crops often get priority attention when a hailstorm rolls through, but bad storms can do a number on perennial forages as well. When hail …

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It can be a little tricky to put up good quality hay from summer annual grasses like sorghum-Sudan hybrids, pearl millet, and forage sorghums.…

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